Lyon, France (PressExposure) June 24, 2011 -- Office buildings, condominiums, temporary dwellings, emergency housing, urban renewal... beliv' offers its solutions to the states and territorial communities, NGOs, investors and contractors to benefit an alternative to traditional construction projects, focusing on efficiency, performance, quality, speed and cost-cutting.
beliv' offers genuine designs and an alternative to traditional construction projects through its Constructive Economical & Ecological Building Program - CE2BP (pronounced CiBiPi). These solutions are developed with French and local resources in order to cultivate mutual enrichment and share added value.
The Dry Die and Industrialized Constructive System Principle:
The following are prefabricated and assembled in the plant:
... 2D components (facade, floor, roof) for the building envelope. They will be assembled on-site.
... 3D components completed and ready to use, with electrical and hydraulic installations ready to be connected to technical equipment and "wet rooms" (bathrooms, kitchens).
2D and 3D components are assembled on-site on traditional foundations (concrete plots, tie beams) or on steel piles (dry foundations) according to each individual case.
The prefabrication of a maximum number of components and the initial integration of constructive, thermal, and economic data guarantees complete control over the project, its finish work, and time frames.
Outstanding Social and Economical Performance:
Creation of skilled jobs and sharing added value with local resources.
Significant reduction of the risk of on-site accidents.
A three-pronged solution (quantitative, qualitative, financial) to issues associated with dwellings.
Businesses in the implementation phase find new appeal in the international standards affecting the creation of direct and indirect jobs.
Development of emergency housing, schools, homes providing various types of care, all of which are high-performance and increase the value and worth of a community.
The Highest International Environmental Performance:
Development of power-efficient buildings with respect to lighting, power supply, water, ventilation, etc.
Possible implementation of photovoltaic panels or other technology as appropriate, so as to reduce energy consumption.
Limitation of potential construction site hazards and pollution due to off-site prefabrication.
Reduction of hazards related to the transportation of 2D and 3D components as a result of greater proximity of the prefabrication plant.
Superior waste management.
3 in 1. Green building, Industrialization and local development together in a united way to offer an alternative to traditional construction projects.